It may have too much room. These plants are not fussy about soil conditions and tolerate a pH range of 4.
Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! The most common snake plant available is African native Sansevieria trifasciata. Cancel Changes. Could be too much water.
I just brought 2 small snakeplants Golden Hahnii variety from the nursery. Flowering is erratic, and after flowering, it will cease to produce new leaves.
I would like the plant to continue to grow upwards. However I have a problem. As you can see in the picture, the single Sansevieria plant in the foreground is creeping through my garden.
What would you suggest?
I water mine every 3 weeks. I recently bought golden pothos and spider plant for my living room. Oh, I love to create so you'll find a bit of that in the mix along with lots of videos too. There, I stand corrected … by myself! Put it in partial sun for several days and bring it in at night. Both enrich the soil naturally.
It is free and quick. Sansevierias grow from rhizomes which eventually root, and in my garden, they like to travel like crazy.
Sansevieria twist As the name suggests, this cultivar has twisted leaves. Follow Us. If anyone had grown outdoors successfully or has info, I'd love to hear.